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drawing masterclasses 2018

  • Tuesday 24th April  - FULLY BOOKED

  • Tuesday 30th October (for year 12 or 13 at time of event), 9.30am - 4pm

Suitable for students studying a range of subjects but with a real passion for pursuing Architecture at degree level. 

 

The University of Reading opened its new School of Architecture in 2016. The School enhances the University's world class reputation for research and teaching relating to the built environment. If you are interested in studying for a degree in Architecture, we would welcome your application for one of our Drawing Masterclasses, where you will have the opportunity to develop the skills required to be successful as a student of Architecture.

We will look at how to think three dimensionally and how to represent buildings, spaces and places through drawing.  A workshop session will introduce students to architectural drawing skills, looking at ways to sketch buildings, how to observe architectural details and start to draw the world around us from an architect's perspective. This session will also help students develop material for a portfolio for application to the course.

Throughout the day, students will have the opportunity to meet staff from the School, view the campus and teaching buildings, experience our facilities, and learn more about student life here at the University of Reading.

These Drawing Masterclasses will take place  in the School of Architecture's newly refurbished building at our London Road campus, and are free of charge.

 

We welcome applications from all students. However, in the event that the masterclasses are oversubscribed, we will give priority to students who have predicted grades in line with the University of Reading course requirements, and also those who have no prior family experience of higher education.

 
 

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